* Business plan to govern period up to plant closure * Talks over more German wage concessions run parallel * Senior union official takes moderate stance vs management By Christiaan Hetzner and Ben Klayman FRANKFURT/DETROIT, June 26 (Reuters) - Opel's management will present a comprehensive turnaround plan to its board on Thursday that spans everything from model strategy through brand positioning to new export markets, while avoiding the delicate issue of job cuts in Germany. Dan Akerson, ...
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